About Wildlife Rehabilitation MD

Anti Spam Policy

By creating an account and agreeing to our Terms of Service, you are also agreeing to this Anti-Spam Policy. Wildlife Rehabilitation MD considers spam to be any correspondence you send (email or in-application message) to someone who hasn't given you their direct permission to contact them on the topic of the correspondence.

Who Can I Send Correspondence To?

Through Wildlife Rehabilitation MD you can send emails or in-application messages to 3 different groups of people.

  1. Your rescuers.
  2. Your account users.
  3. Other Wildlife Rehabilitation MD account holders. Email addresses of Wildlife Rehabilitation MD account holders are never disclosed by Wildlife Rehabilitation MD. For questions about privacy please review the Privacy Policy.
What Correspondences Are Not OK to Send Using Wildlife Rehabilitation MD?

By using Wildlife Rehabilitation MD, you agree not to send to any email address which:

  • You do not have explicit, provable permission to contact in relation to the topic of the correspondence you're sending.
  • You scraped or copied and pasted from the web.
What Content Will be Included in All of my Correspondence?

All correspondence you send using Wildlife Rehabilitation MD will include the following:

  1. Your organization's name, physical address and phone number.
How We'll Know if You Don't Have Permission

We may not, but if we do discover that you're harassing or inappropriately corresponding with people without their permission, we may terminate your account with Wildlife Rehabilitation MD.